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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 0, 180G.
BAD LUCK PURSUED HIM
TUB Jir.MAllKAItl.K AIVKTUH1.N
F A CONVlOr.
lie lonicl, but 111m After IIxjio-
rlcncci Mnde lllm 1' refer
No. 10 Store
Tho following romnrknblo story,
of iidvouluto wns related, to M!
Coohofott, head o tho Paris do
tectivo service, by an oscapod con
vict named Bourdet. According
to hia story, Bourdet, an engineer
by trade, was sentenced to a long
torm of! penal servitude in tho
year 1881, and was sent to tho
penal Bottloinont in French
Guiana. In 1885 ho determined
to escapo. Owing to his efllcioucy
as a woilunnn, ho was mado fore
man of a pnity of convicts who
weio pent to work in an isolated
part of tho forest under the super
vision of a warden. lie com
municated his design to iivo of
tho convicts, and they managed
to secretly construct a raft, on
which they intended to make their
way to Dutch Guiana by eeo.
Taking adantngo of a feto day,
on which tho survoillanco was re
laxed, tho six men got safely aw ay
on tho niTt. Their provisions
consisted of a small quantity of
rice, which each man had saved
from his rations, and four of
them hud also a littlo quinine.
Thoy mndo their way some dis
tance down the coast and then
landed to push thoir way through
tho forest. One soon succumbed
to fever and was abandoned to
Tho fugitives were next set up
on by home Indians, whocuptured
two of them, and Bourdet and his
two remaining companions escap
ed. Then next advouture was
with a largo serpent, which they"
uufoitunatoly stumbled over, and
tho reptile seized one of tho men
and ciiuhed him to death. Tho
other two, being unable to rescue
their lemaiuing companion, after
enduring tcirible hardships,
reached tho rior forming the
bouudary of Dutch Guiana. At
this stago tho companion sold his
lomaining rice and quinine and
joined a band of wandering In
dians. Bounlet, left to himself, crossed
the rner on an improvised craft,
and a''tcr much privation man
aged to continue his journey to
Georgetown. Ho subsequently
worked for several years in tho
gold miui'b, aud, having amassed
a small sum of money, ho return
ed to Fiance to see his i datives
On his ny through Parib ho was
robbed of Iub money by a swind
ler. In spito of this ho reached
his home, but as his reception
thoro was decidedly cold ho re
turned to Paris. Unable to
obtain employment, and being in
danger of starvation, lie had no
resouico but to give himself up to
the polieo and request to bo sout
back to the ponal settlement.
licit II (I Til I Sluhls tit Hie, Anchor.
Anyone entering tho Anchor
saloon during business hour?, or
in the ovoniug, is immediately
charmed by tho handsomo array
of gamo birds -teal duck, mallard,
quail, goupe, etc., which decor
ates tho bar. They ate all stuffed
as you will be, with rich, nourish
ing boor, cold and clear, and yvith
the palatulilo viaudh of tho lunch
counter. The Scuttle beer, lino
wines and liquois are of tlie best
quality aud alyvujs fresh. Every
Australia bungs a large consign
ment and Mr. Cunningham uses
every idea yvhieh his massive bitiin
suggosts, to ploaso his patrons.
The Anchor is now tho inoht nonu-
lar saloon in toyvn. 1 and 15 King !
A. J. Deroy, D.D.S., Doiitnl
office Cotti go No. 100, AIiikoh
street, tol "',o . l'r Ollice
hours 0 A.ir. to 1 i.m.
Kroegor Pianos, nweetOBt in tone,
Jas.W. Boi gsti inn, solo agent, cash
or installments. "WarerooniB at
G. 'West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. 8" Tolo
If you want to frame anything
in the vory best manner; if you
yvunt your frame to harmonize
with your picture; if you want tho
best and wio'rit tasteful ft nine in
tho markotvgo to King Bros., 110
Rugs! Rugs I Rugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry aud Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
ES5" All Just Received at
13T My llnck doos not tip In this man
lier, no matter how weighty the loud.
Hack No. 14
ttST TELEPHONE 176
Stand: Tlothel mid K.ng n'reels.
J. J Sullivan,
Fashion StaMes Go.,L'd.
Honolulu, II. I.
Sdlmvxn & Buckley, MnnVru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Ilotol Streets.
nnw'n Hotel Stables, 82.
Pnnthoon Stnbles, at,
Fashion Stnbles. 118.
BAGGAGE delivered and cheok
ed to any Steamer. Furnituro
and Pinnos carefully moved tit
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Ee-idenco Tel. 648.
Livery and Boarding -Stables
Corner Merchant ami Itlehards Sis,
i LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
37" Cnrrhuen, Suirejn and Hacks at all
hours. 'lEl.IUMIONE i'M.
, A now Importation of
Fine Woolens .
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
J. P. R00RE0UES,
Fort Street, onposlto IlncKfcld's.
h if I J
H ri I m
A Now Lot of Nico Goods Just
Eecoived. Cleaning and Eo
Moro often tlian not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will come to us tor your
clothes we will see to it that
you leavo with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Streei Tailors.
WiiNerley Hlock, - - Honolulu.
Situated on n Beautiful IUUrIiIo Overlook
ing tho Ocenii, unci 13CO feet
iibtvo Ben Level.
Only 24 lioiiiV hail from Honolulu.
Climate, mild, c'c.tr ilry ntmot,pueio, frco
fiom fogs nml malaria, especial provision
for quiet ond rst os well ub for nniuse
ment and outdoor lifo. KatiH $2 per day
or $10 per week. Medical atteudunco extra,
Dlt. II. A. LINDLFY, Prop.,
22J5 tf Kuna, Hawaii.
HAB TAKEN TIIE-
Phoiograph : Gallery,
Opposite Luvc'd Ifukory on
Nuuanu' -:- Street,
Whcio bo will culm immediately into tlio
work of T.iMng I'lotuicB. Mr. hcvuin Las
had ycnrH of o i oricuco at this luauuh aud
has always met with Rucctss in it.
C'LAUS SrilltCKEI s.
Wm. 0. Ikwik.
IFtort Street, - - - - 'Z'el. VY
BOAPDING, -!- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
HARNESS --:-- AJSTT) --: SADDLE
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING MORSES
The l8t of iitlontit n fiivtn to animals left with ub. Cniefnl diheis, resreetfu.
attendants, promptness, lluoks, Stunts, Biakus. Eiigt'ies.rhuetonB, Vngonottus.
San FraneUco AytnttliiK Nevada. Bank op
linAW EXCIIANOB ON
Ban FRANOtsco Tlie Nevada Bank of San
London The Union Bank of London, Ltd.
New YonK American Exchange National
Chicaoo Merchant National lhnk.
I'aris Comptolr National d'Kecompt dc
BentlN Drcsdncr Hank.
IioNdKONO and Yokohama Hongkong &
Slmtiylml Banking Corporation.
NewJ2-gai.andandAU8tiiai.ia Bank of Now
Victoria and VANCouvrit Bank of Mont
real, Transact a General Banking and Exchange Business
Term and Ordinary I)rpoltt ltccclvcd.
Loans made on Approcd ticuirlty. Com
racrclal and Truvclern Credits Issued. Bills
of Excliango bought and sold.
Collections I'romi'ti.t Accounted For.
r. o. JONEO.
E. A. JONES
HAVE FOIJ SALE
A Fow Shares of
Pnla Siifrur Stock,
lluwitllan Su;ur Go. Stock.
aawnlinii Goernmeut and l.st
Mortgnfjc Stirar I'lsmta-
l" For purtlculnrB npply to
Tho Hawaiian Snfo Depo&it &
40H Fort Htrnct
BISHOP cSs CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of tho world.
TEO. H- OiViES CoB
Commission . Agents I
" One of the divinest benefit, that lias ever come to tho
human race." Thomas Carlyle.
Wo import from tho Princi--pal
Factories of tho World.
Ill Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Covnor Fort autl TJerclmnt Sis.
Wliolosnlo unci Retail..
Bulletin, 75c. Per Month
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A Paster's Story.
HMHBB Mniiwwii jwiw iMwi iKi f iw iiw pi
WfliMm-i-m Jm00 ommends It to Cure
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
Rt-V. W. t.. WILLIAMS.
Canox City, Col., Jan. 13, 189-1.
"Wells, Richakdson & Co., '
Dkaii Snts: Wo usu Paino's Ceior' Compound in our family and could
not lceep liou&o without it. Mrs. Williams thinks there is nothing' equals
Fame's Celery Compound1 fco cure nervous headaches
and the like. Success to you in every way.
Pastor of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.,
"Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands